Will you have flavored cartridges?
Will you have flavored cartridges?
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Flavored cartridges will be added soon! Starting out we'll only have regular tobacco in all strengths. It's good stuff..Nice and robust flavor. Been impressed with it so far.
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Worst case price they have $12.99 for pack of five with free shipping.
If you buy 10 packs - it's $10 per pack of five.
I actually just received my order for the same cig (KR808D-1) from Canadian supplier eCigarettes Canada - Electronic Cigarettes - E-Cigarettes - Quit Smoking Aids - E-Cigs - E-Liquid - Atomizers - E-Smoking - ECigarettes - ECigs - Smoking Everywhere - Ruyan - Smokestik - E Cigarette .Roughly $8 USD for pack of 5 carts
Fast shipping too. I finally am a happy camper with their shorter two batteries and two VaporKing batts
But, as always, alternative suppliers never hurt
As far as I know, those cartridges you provided a link to are one-time-use-only. So why compare them to Ben's refillable cartridges? Even if you have found an easy way to refill those cartridges, are they able to be used with 901 batteries like Ben's appear to be? Also, even if the cartridges you are referring to are both refillable, and used on a 901 battery, any attempt to compare the two would seem to be unthinkable until one knows the differences in vapor-production, juice-use efficiency, and, perhaps most importantly, typical atomizer life. IMHO.
just for some clarification , the threads on a 901 battery and the threads on Ben's new "NEBULA" are the same , but the Nebula has air flow holes in the threaded side of the battery , where as the 901 does not... so without modding a 901 battery it would not work with the Nebula.
a 901 charger WILL charge the Nebula batteries
Ben did mention needing to drill a hole "near the threads", but it wasn't clear as to whether he was talking about on the Nebula atomizer cartridge, or on a 901 battery. And since there is nowhere "near the threads" that a 901 battery can be drilled (nor any conceivable reason), I had assumed that he meant near the threads on the Nebula atomizer cartridge. For, the hole on the 901 atomizers is indeed near the threads. Nevertheless, if the drilling needs to be done on a 901 battery, then the only conceivable place for a hole to be drilled would be right into and/or through the threads themselves. This would admittedly be a tad more difficult than drilling a hole in the atomizer body, but at least you would need to only do it once per battery, rather than once per atomizer. Either way, it was certainly fair to point out this drilling requirement; so, thanks for the clarification.
Personally i wouldn't go drilling any extra holes in a 901 battery. If you do you stand a chance of the vaccuum switch not operating due to increased airflow above the switch.
I think what Ben was getting at was that the Nebula batteries could be charged on a 901 charger.
Whenever i get some of these cartomizers i'll sure look at one to see if it is possible to make it work with a 901 batt, although i doubt it is. I'm planning to use these on a usb mod i made using a 901 connection and a manual switch.
This should give you a better idea... It is entirely possible to modify a 901 battery to work given the right skills and a some nice drill bits + a drill press
The 901 batteries *are* shorter and lower capacity, however. There are 4 air holes in the Nebula battery- can only really see one in the picture.
cartomizer..You heard it here first. I might even trademark that... ^__^
Thanks for the clarification and photo, Ben.
Since I went ahead and took advantage of the pre-sale and ordered the Nebula unit itself, my primary interest in 901 battery compatibility is in salvaging my recently acquired 901 USB passthrough. Fortunately, I have a drill press to ensure that this happens. It would, however, be worthwhile to have some little screw-on, pre-drilled adapters made.